REACH’s Revina REACHes the One Year Mark!


Photo Album REACH’s fourth social enterprise, Revina, has celebrated its one year anniversary over the weekend proving that success does indeed come with hard work and initiative.

The event, held at Revina’s new offices in Thanh Xuan district, Hanoi, saw praise heaped on the young workforce who have managed to grow a thriving enterprise that is now dealing with customers all around the world including the UK, Australia, and the United States.

“We could not be prouder,” says CEO and Co-Founder, Nguyen (Henry) Le. “It’s been a long journey but the results speak for themselves. We have over 25 full time staff, 14 of which have come through REACH’s training program. It really feels amazing to have reached the one year mark.”

REACH Executive Director, Tam Pham, was equally impressed.

“Social enterprises are incredibly important to our future ambitions. As we strive toward becoming self-sustainable, social enterprises form an ever more important part of that goal. REVINA crossing the one year mark, and continuing to go from strength to strength, shows that we’re on the right track.

“Social enterprises are the wave of the future for NGOs in Vietnam and we intend to ride that wave,” she said. 

Revina is making quite a name for itself in the digital editing world. With services like photo editing, 3D rendering, and video editing Revina has a broad range of services that caters to a number of business needs.

REACH is currently operating four social enterprises: EM Salon, Revina, and Koi Bento in Hanoi, and TRE Restaurant in Hue.

These enterprises are able to take students from almost all of the ten courses REACH has on offer. Revina, for example, has taken on students from web coding, 3D modelling, and graphic design; EM salon has taken students from the hair, make-up, and nail courses; and TRE Restaurant has taken students from our food and beverage and cooking classes to work in its high class establishment.

Social enterprises are a great way to bring the students and wider community together and REACH could not be prouder of its current offering.

You can find out how Revina can meet your businesses digital editing needs by contacting them through their website.

REACH’s IT courses including: web programming, 3D modelling, and graphic design are recruiting students now via the onling application form.

You can also help us train more disadvantaged youth and support their participation in programs like the Interschool Bartending Competition by donating to our Global Giving campaign.

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